Travel Market Is Searching for a Myanmar Method and 9 Other Tourism Trends This Week– Skift

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Throughout the week we post lots of original stories, connecting the dots throughout the travel market, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines tourism.For all of our

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>>> > Money talks no matter where you’re from. More of Check out Florida’s partners will have to dish out much deeper offers if the state desires to get serious about emerging as budget-friendly to Canadians when, in truth, popular destinations like Disney World only get more costly: See Florida Faces Uphill Battle to Woo Back Canadians

>>> > Travel is the world’s largest industry and ought to be taking a management position about Myanmar to openly condemn ethnic cleansing, and show the nation’s military government that tourism dollars aren’t genuine if it supports criminal activities against mankind: Myanmar Genocide Has the Travel Industry Searching for Methods

>>> > Lots of travel brands were sweetening their deals for U.S. tourists last year to motivate them to make the most of their dollars going further. The deals have stayed pretty sweet this year, too, as countries like Canada and the UK are currently reporting record U.S. gos to: U.S. Travel Abroad Set New Record in 2016 Due To The Fact That of More powerful Dollar

>>> > SeaWorld has actually not had the ability to turn its attendance slide around, and back-to-back hurricanes didn’t help. But executives wish to deal with deeper understanding problems– the buzz phrase that’s been around for several years now– with a new advertisement campaign: SeaWorld Has a Brand-new Advertising Campaign to Make People Like It Again

>> > > After the costliest hurricane season in its history, Royal Caribbean Cruises still saw earnings increase and exceeded its own expectations for the quarter. The service appeared to recuperate quickly, but we are curious to discover if travelers will be prepared to book Caribbean cruises during the peak time for storms next year: Royal Caribbean Reservations Recovered After Costliest Typhoon Season

>>> > Could cruise lines really benefit from stricter regulations on American travel to Cuba? Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings CEO Frank Del Rio thinks so– and with even more cruises set up to the island next year, he’ll discover out if he’s right: NCL Boss Predicts New Cuba Rules Are Excellent for Cruise Lines

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